State Police: 1 Dead, 1 Injured in 2 Separate but Connected Calhoun County Shootings

CALHOUN COUNTY, W.Va. (WOWK) - UPDATE (12/7/17 4:20 p.m.):

West Virginia State Police say a man has been charged in connection to a murder in Calhoun County.

State Police say Tony Boggs, of Stinson, has been charged in connection to the murder of 77-year-old Eugene Stevens.

Boggs was dropped off Tuesday morning by four unknown men after being shot in the abdomen and head. He was dropped off at the Minnie Hamilton Health Center in Grantsville.

State Police have not released what his charges are at this time.

No other arrests have been made yet, but State Police say more charges against more people are forthcoming.

We will continue to update this story as we receive more information.



West Virginia State Police say that one man has been killed and another was shot in two separate but connected cases in Calhoun County.

On Tuesday at around 4:45 a.m. a man was dropped off at the hospital with gunshot wounds to the abdomen and head by four unknown people at Minnie Hamilton Hospital in Granstville.

The man with the gunshot wounds has been identified as Travis Boggs of Stinson.

His condition is unknown at this time. They are not sure where the shooting took place.

State Troopers say the men dropped Boggs off in a late model Ford Explorer SUV, which was later found to be burned at the southern end of the county during the afternoon.

Later that evening around 6 p.m. Calhoun County dispatchers received a report of a home invasion in the Big Bend area.

State Troopers say they arrived and discovered that 77-year-old Eugene Stevens dead in his home with an apparent gunshot wound.

State Police say that evidence at the scene of Stevens' home indicate that the people involved with dropping Boggs off at the hospital were also involved in the death of Stevens.

No arrests have been made yet, but troopers believe they are coming soon.

We will provide more information on this story as soon as we receive it.

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